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ANTANANARIVO – Garment workers in Madagascar are encouraging their peers to unionise in a bid to eradicate gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH).

Inspired by training on the International Labour Organization’s Convention 190, factory staff at a site in Antananarivo recently held a workshop and formed a committee with the view to establishing an action plan, encouraging dialogue and protecting the rights of those in their vocation.

Holitiana Randrianarimanana, a gender expert who spoke at the workshop, stressed: “It is important for unions to work with non-governmental organizations and civil society organisations on ending GBVH in Madagascar.”

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